Reliable Tankless Water Heater Installation Services
Has your water heater recently broken down? Is your water heater showing signs of malfunction or getting up there in age? These are all valid reasons for getting a new unit installed in your home. If you’re interested in a tankless water heater, our licensed plumbers are prepared to install it.
We’ve been helping communities in Connecticut with their water heater issues since 1990. You can rely on us for excellent tankless water heater installation services.
Types of Tankless Water Heaters
- Electric Tankless Water Heater
- Gas Water Heater
- Propane Tankless Water Heater
- Outdoor Tankless Water Heater
No matter the type of tankless water heater, you can be sure that HARP’s team of certified plumbers can get the job done right.
Tankless Water Heater Pros and Cons
Are tankless water heaters better than regular water heaters? Here’s a list of the tankless water heater pros and cons.
Long-Term Energy Savings
Everyone likes saving an extra buck. Tankless water heaters are high-efficiency units, which means you’ll save money in the long run. Tankless water heaters heat water as needed, while tank-style water heaters consistently use energy to keep water warm.
Near-Endless Supply of Hot Water
Tired of having to ask who used up all the hot water? Tankless water heaters can provide a consistent amount of hot water (as long as your water usage is below the maximum flow rate). Tank-style water heaters have a capacity limit that, once reached, will no longer produce hot water until the water is reheated.
Less Space Needed
As its name suggests, tankless hot water heaters don’t have a huge tank that takes up space in your home. Small tankless water heaters can be mounted on the wall and even in your shower directly, taking up much less space.
Higher Upfront & Installation Costs
Although it will save you money on utility bills in the long run, a tankless water heater is typically expensive with installation. You may need special wiring to handle additional energy needs or a new vent pipe.
Hot Water Delivery Delay
Compared to a tank-style water heater, tankless units take a longer time to produce hot water. Since they do not store water ready for use, it takes a bit of time to heat up water for use. When you turn on a faucet or shower for hot water, you may be unpleasantly surprised by cool or lukewarm water. But after the cool water is pushed out, hot water will begin flowing out.
Inconsistent Temperature When Multiples Taps Are On
Practically everyone has been through this scenario: you want to shower, but someone else is showering or using the dishwasher. The problem is, if you use multiple taps, appliances, or showers all simultaneously, your tankless water heater will have a hard time keeping up.
Tankless Water Heater Repair
If your new or existing tankless water heater ever gives you trouble, just call our certified plumbers. Our team has experience working on all tankless unit types.
Contact HARP for Emergency Water Heater Services
Water heater issues can happen any time of day or night. That’s why our team is on standby 24/7. Contact us at 1-860-498-6518 for emergency water heater services in Connecticut.
HARP Home Services is ready to help 24/7! Contact us at 1-860-544-5391 for emergency water heater service in Hartford and throughout Connecticut.